Automatic concept recognition using the Human Phenotype Ontology reference and test suite corpora

@inproceedings{Groza2015AutomaticCR,
  title={Automatic concept recognition using the Human Phenotype Ontology reference and test suite corpora},
  author={Tudor Groza and Sebastian K{\"o}hler and Sandra C. Doelken and Nigel Collier and Anika Oellrich and Damian Smedley and Francisco M. Couto and Gareth Baynam and Andreas Zankl and Peter N. Robinson},
  booktitle={Database},
  year={2015}
}
Concept recognition tools rely on the availability of textual corpora to assess their performance and enable the identification of areas for improvement. Typically, corpora are developed for specific purposes, such as gene name recognition. Gene and protein name identification are longstanding goals of biomedical text mining, and therefore a number of different corpora exist. However, phenotypes only recently became an entity of interest for specialized concept recognition systems, and hardly… CONTINUE READING
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